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What is the Evil Eye?

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The Evil Eye has been around since the beginning of time. It simply means sending someone a thought that seems intrusive or invasive or has the power to hurt him or her. The bad fortune that results is considered to have been caused by envy. The evil eye is not necessarily considered to be intentional

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Scotland – Crossing the Borders in Quest

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A solitary candle flickers in the topmost window of the stone tower. A faint red glow outlines the distant ridge, silhouetting a bank of horsemen against the sky. They thunder closer, intent on plunder…even murder. We are at the Tullie House Museum in Carlisle, England viewing a sound and light show depicting a typical border

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Ping Golf Clubs – The Power of 10

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In the Fall of 2007, Ping Golf released one of their most innovative ideas in the company’s history: The Ping G-10 design. The Power of 10 is changing the nature of Ping golf clubs and their capabilities for both amateur and professional golfers. The company launched the G-10 design series to help golfers improve their

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The Cautionary Tale of Shakespeare’s

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William Shakespeare’s Macbeth contains a lot of life lessons. Number one: Don’t listen to stranger bearded women when wandering through a fog. Number two: Never let anyone bully you into doing something you don’t want to, even if it’s your wife. And Number 3? If you want to become king, the kill-everything-in-your-path strategy, while seemingly

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Scottie or Westie – This Mistake is

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Show an uninformed dog lover a photo of a Westie, and they’d identify a Westie as a white Scottie. This mistake is perfectly understandable, since they do have similar physical attributes and both originated from Scotland. There are a lot of postulated theories about these similarities. However, one valid assumption is that centuries ago, a

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History of the Symbolic Dragon Cross

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The dragon cross tattoo has long-held a place in Celtic history ever since the Vikings introduced the Mythological creature to the Celts. Celtic dragons often take the form of sea serpents with wings, but no legs. The Celtic Dragon cross tats depicts a dragon with its tail in its mouth, a symbol for the protected,

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Francis McKamie, The Disturber of

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He was known as a “Disturber of Governments” and credited with bringing Presbyterianism to America. Although his impact was significant, few people even recognize the name of Francis McKamie (At that time, spelling was often phonetic, so there are many variations of McKamie including Makemie, McCamy, and McKimmey. There was also a tendency among those

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Discovering Castles in Scotland

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Are you looking for something to do in Scotland that will combine not only fun, but a little bit of learning and knowledge? If you are, then you should look no further than the abundance of castles in Scotland. Scotland is an old country whose history goes back through the centuries. Deep in the heart

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Health,Power And Energy

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I would like to cover something slightly different in this article the brain and nutrition please, bear in mind that I am not any kind of expert on the subject of diet as such, but I do believe it is relevant to our subject matter that of self-protection and its main aim is to help

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Scotland Leads the Way With Wind Power

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Tackling climate change has been high on the list of priorities for politicians and leaders around the world recently. Governments across the globe are making pledges to cut carbon emissions and work together in order to create a brighter future for everyone. The Scottish government have been particularly pioneering when it comes to environmental concerns

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